[hpc-announce] Poster Session on Data Locality at Euro-Par 2019, Travel Support for PhD Students

Karl Fuerlinger Karl.Fuerlinger at ifi.lmu.de
Wed Jul 10 07:00:19 CDT 2019

         Call for Submissions and Participation

SPPEXA COLOC Poster Session on Data Locality at Euro-Par 2019

Travel support for attending the Euro-Par 2019 conference
is available to PhD Students and early-stage researchers
with the financial support of SPPEXA, the DFG priority
programme for software for Exascale computing.


The topic of the poster session is data locality in all its forms.
Specifically this forum asks for submission on topics including, but
not limited to, those listed below:

- Programming abstractions for data locality
- Approaches for multi-level locality
- Support for data locality in task-based programming models
- Global address space approaches and data locality
- Language extensions and domain-specific libraries for locality
- On-chip networks and data locality
- Hardware mechanisms for exploiting locality
- Locality in large-scale HPC interconnect networks (inter-node locality)
- Advances in cache coherence protocols and modern shared memory systems
- Data locality and communication avoidance
- Data locality and multi-tier memory systems
- Approaches for processing in memory
- Dataflow approaches

Important Dates

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   Last date for submission:     July 31, 2019 (AoE)
   Notification of acceptance:   On a rolling basis
                                 usually within one week
                                 of the submission
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Travel Support
Travel support for the event is available to young scientists with
the help of financial support by SPPEXA, the DFG priority program
for software for Exascale computing.

Submission and More Information

Please submit your poster using EasyChair:


For more information please consult the poster session website:



- Karl Fuerlinger, LMU Munich, Germany
- Emmanuel Jeannot, INRIA, France

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